On Aug 19, 2017, Vaccine Reaction published a report written by Claire Dwoskin that reflected the responses of 415 mothers of 666 home-schooled children between the ages of six and twelve.
The study was largely the work conducted by a public health epidemiologist named Dr. Anthony R. Mawson, who concluded that vaccinated children were much more likely to be diagnosed with learning disabilities and other chronic illnesses (when compared to unvaccinated children. Of the 666 children in the study, 7.5 percent were diagnosed with a neurodevelopmental disorder.
In April 2017, several news outlets such as the Los Angeles Times and San Francisco Chronicle reported that vaccination rates were increasing in California as a result of a more stringent state law that precludes exemptions due to religious or personal beliefs.
The Truth About Vaccines published a revealing report entitled, “How the Vaccine Schedule in the U.S. Has Evolved Since the 1950s,” which contains the following information:
• Since the 1950s, the number of recommended and required vaccine shots has gone up by close to 414%.
• If you grew up in the 1970s, you may had roughly 12-14 different kinds of shots throughout your early childhood.
• For children of the 80s, the number of vaccines was about the same as in the 1970s. A major change, however, was that now the MMR vaccine, which combined measles, mumps, and rubella into one shot, was in full usage.
• If you follow the current (2017) CDC Childhood Immunization Schedule, your children will receive over 36 vaccines by the time they are 6 years of age.
More ominously, there are over 250 new vaccines being developed by the drug companies, according to a report by Gary Kohls that was posted on Waking Times on Aug 31, 2015.
Exhibits (click to view full-size)
“Sanitation, Not Vaccination: The True Protection Against Small-Pox”
A paper read before the Second International Anti-Vaccination Congress at Cologne
By William Tebb | October 12th, 1881
“Know The Difference Between A Vaccination Statement & The Manufacturer’s Package Insert”
VISs are printed handouts from the CDC and lack information on the vaccine. Usually your doctor will give you one for each vaccine, and it’s even printed on bright pretty paper.
VPI (vaccine package insert) is what you need to request from the doctor. This covers almost everything about the vaccine, including important topics such as adverse reactions, lack of studies, viral shedding, carcinogenesis, etc. It is usually 10+ pages long. If your doctor says they can’t provide it, then see all package inserts by clicking here.
First of Its Kind Survey Shows Vaccinated Children Get Sicker
by Claire Dwoskin | Guest Writer
Aug 19, 2017
Vaccination rate jumps in California after tougher inoculation law
Soumya Karlamangla and Rong-Gong Lin II
Los Angeles Times
Apr 13, 2017
Roll Up Your Sleeves Folks: 271 New Vaccines In Big Pharma’s Pipeline
Gary Kohls | Waking Times (Green Med Info)
Aug 31, 2015
How the Vaccine Schedule in the U.S. Has Evolved Since the 1950s
The Truth About Vaccines